Mid August. Red. The hardiest of the red seedless! Large clusters that are well filled. Fruit has a sweet, delightful flavor. A dependable, productive variety. Good for fresh eating. Certain years they may not develop a deep dark red color but the flavor remains good. Zones 5-8
Early September. Gold yellow. Large long clusters. A very good table grape. Hardy to -15F. Dry them and make your own yellow seedless raisins. Zones 5-8
Early September. Large, long clusters. As close to the California seedless as we have seen yet. Dark reddish blue with distinctive flavor! Large berries are delightful fresh or in mixed fruit. Highly productive. We're enthused about this one. Hard to -20F. Zones 5-8.
Early September. One of the hardiest seedless grapes. Excellent flavor, good for jams, jellies, and juices. Productive plant. Medium sized berries on a tight cluster. Zones 5-8.
Late September. Large White seedless that rivals the Thomas seedless from California. Great flavor. From Geneva, NY. Similiar to Himrod. Comes a little later and produces clusters up to 12" long! A must have for grape lovers. Hardy to -20F. Zones 5-8
Mid September. Dark blue. Seedless version of Concord. The fruit is small, but excellent to eat fresh, for pies or juice. The vine is hardy but less vigorous than seeded Concord. Zones 4-9.